Conf: HPSG'99

Philippe Blache pb at
Fri May 7 15:42:36 UTC 1999

From:  grover at

                        PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

		   6th International Conference on
		 Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
                       University of Edinburgh

			   August 4-6, 1999

The 6th International Conference on HPSG will be held at the
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, on August 4th to 6th 1999, hosted
by the Human Communication Research Centre and the Department of

The following is the provisional conference programme. For further
information see or email
hpsg99 at Information about registration and
accommodation will be posted soon.

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                           HPSG99 PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

                               Wednesday, August 4, 1999
                       Special Session on Grammatical Interfaces

09:00-10:00  Registration
10:00-11:00  Invited Speaker
             Ewan Klein (Edinburgh)
11:00-11:30  BREAK
11:30-12:00  Valia Kordoni (Tuebingen)
             Agentivity vs. Causation: at the Syntax-Semantics Interface
12:00-12:30  Dimitra Kolliakou (Newcastle and Jerusalem) and Theodora
             Alexopoulou (Edinburgh)
             On Linkhood and Clitic Left Dislocation
12:30-13:00  Jong-Bok Kim and Byung-Soo Park (Seoul)
             Grammatical Interfaces in Korean Relatives
13:00-14:30  LUNCH
14:30-15:30  Invited Speaker
             Georgia Green (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
             The Nature of Pragmatic Information
15:30-16:00  Ash Asudeh (Stanford) and Line Hove Mikkelsen (Santa Cruz)
             Danish Syntactic Noun Incorporation: A Case Study in
             Grammatical Interfaces
16:00-16:30  BREAK
16:30-17:30  Invited Speaker
             Gosse Bouma (Groningen)

                                Thursday, August 5, 1999

09:30-10:00  Andreas Kathol (UC Berkeley)
             Internally and Externally Headed Relative Clauses: The Case of
10:00-10:30  Robert Levine (OSU), Tom Hukari (University of Victoria) and
             Mike Calcagno (Tuebingen)
             Parasitic Gaps in English: non-nominal, non-pronominal and
10:30-11:00  Kordula De Kuthy (Saarbruecken) and Detmar Meurers (Tuebingen)
             Argument raising meets adjuncts-as-dependents and traceless
11:00-11:30  BREAK
11:30-12:30  Invited Speakers
             Dani\232le Godard (Lille) and Anne Abeill\233 (Paris)
12:30-14:00  LUNCH
14:00-14:30  Bob Borsley (Bangor) and Bob Morris Jones (Aberystwyth)
             Negation in Welsh
14:30-15:00  Frank Richter and Manfred Sailer (Tuebingen)
             Sentential Negation in French and Conditions on Logical Form in
15:00-15:30  Kook-Hee Gill (Edinburgh)
             Topicalisation, Scrambling and Anaphor Binding
15:30-16:00  BREAK
16:00-17:00  Invited Speaker
             Jonathan Ginzburg (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
             Describing Conversational Interaction: Some Implications for

                                 Friday, August 6, 1999

09:30-10:00  Theodora Alexopoulou (Edinburgh)
             A unified treatment of A/A-bar dependencies
10:00-10:30  Anna Kupsc (Polish Academy of Sciences and Universit\233 Paris7)
             Syntactic Analysis of Clitic Climbing in Polish
10:30-11:00  Stefan Mueller (Saarbruecken)
             Separable Prefix Verbs in German
11:00-11:30  BREAK
11:30-12:00  Robert Malouf (Stanford and UC Berkeley)
             A head-driven account of long-distance case assignment
12:00-12:30  Cathryn Donohue and Ivan Sag (Stanford)
             Domains in Warlpiri
12:30-14:00  LUNCH
14:00-14:30  Frank Van Eynde (Leuven)
             On the semantics of the auxiliaries
14:30-15:00  Emily Bender and Ivan A. Sag (Stanford)
             Incorporating Contracted Auxiliaries in English
15:00-15:30  BREAK
15:30-16:30  Invited Speaker
             Stephen Wechsler (Texas)
             Four Agreement Puzzles

Berthold Crysmann (Saarbruecken)
   Clitics and Coordination in Phenogrammatical Structure
Jesse Tseng (Edinburgh)
   A Three-Way Classification of Prepositions
Shalom Lappin (King's College London) and David Johnson (IBM T.J. Watson
Research Center)
   Wh-questions in a multiple inheritance constructional type hierarchy

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